That's my only real question. In she discovers Nate is not who he claims to be. If she is the one who is behind everything, why did she save the liars and Mona? Whether they do anything with that or not for season 4, now that Mona is shown to be terrorized, too, maybe differently than the Liars, is up for debate. CeCe tells Spencer that Alison may have been scared of Paige. It was dark and full of mystery — but in the end the finale let me down. But the girls know the police have identified that the body Spencer saw was not Toby. So I'm kinda in the same point.
Emily is so-so as usual; the main thing I've been wondering about in her direction is why Paige has seemingly disappeared from the show. Summary: After getting a major clue from Garrett, Hanna and Spencer set out on their separate missions. Mona is now basically 5-th Liar. Byron confesses his involvements with Alison to Aria. Hanna's visits with Mona are driving a wedge between Hanna and Caleb. Someone plants a cow brain in Mona's locker kept up with a knife.
She's just the right maturity level for her age. As Ashley drives away, Wilden pulls up in his car. Why must Ezra make everything in life so very awkward? No one wants to watch a show called Pretty Little Truth Tellers! Now I'm supposed to believe she is the one Jenna met at the night of the masquerade ball. Nothing was proved by the trap. During this time, Spencer studied in college, Emily built homes in Haiti, Hanna read a dictionary, and Aria took some world-renowned photography class that accepted her out of a thousand applicants… Um, based on what qualifications!? I've been looking forward to this recap all week : I loved the part about Aria turning the lock a bajillion times.
But not only did they figure out she was A, they immediately undercut the theory by taking it to their logical conclusion: that Spencer must be held hostage by Mona for something. Meanwhile, Aria feels she has to help Ezra move on from his past if their relationship is to move forward, but what she finds may be more than she expected. He probably would've gotten it if Hanna was a sophomore. Meanwhile, Wren tells Hanna that Mona might be moved to a facility in Saratoga for added security because the hospital thinks she's been passing her meds to a visitor. It's interesting to think that if Red Coat is actually Ali and the one who saved the Liars plus Mona which to me makes a lot of sense , and Jenna and Shenna or whoever being the ones who set the fire and the actual Evil Team A, Melissa is clearly on it too and probably part of the same people who sent the last -A text, which would mean that Red Coat is not trying to hurt the Liars and would rule them out as leader of Team A, right? Aria is the only Liar that has never had chance to grow as an independent character, literally from the Pilot it has been Aria and Ezra. Particularly, the revelation of Red Hood's identity.
If anyone asks, they were there all night! Anyway, I was kinda bothered to by the way Aria panic, I mean she was the least hurt and tortured out of the core four yet she acted so big-of-a-deal about a person with hoodie hanging around. Their alibi: They got up to the lake house a day early, roasted marshmallows, talked about senior year, and then went to sleep early like all 17-year-olds with a house to themselves, liquor, and secrets would do. Hanna is also accused of stealing Alison's body by. By the way where the hell is Mike? Caleb breaks up with Hanna, tired of all her secrets. Also Liars are now Red Coat minions. Emily sees the same eye tattoo from her flashback on his wrist.
I was so thankful when Ezra and Aria broke up; he really was just a creepy tumor on her character development. What i hate most is that the writers seem to know where they are going but totally screw up the finales , so all the hipe they build is useless. She is more motivated then ever to find answers about Alison's killer and still just barely hoping that Maya might still be alive. Spencer and Hanna search through Paige's bag for Maya's knife. I see your point about not really getting any answers, but the most frustrating part for me was all the stupid things that happened. I am one of those who want to know why this revenge started in the first place.
This looks like Lost in one way : when they have to wrap up the show we will be left with a lot of questions and they will probably give a stupid excuse of a finale. Meanwhile, Emily finds some solace after meeting Maya's cousin, Nathan. Hanna recognizes the person's shoes - it is Lucas. Bad Spencer showed so much promise! He's a sick, twisted man. She is letting Ezra go so he can be the responsible parent and provide for his child in a way that he wouldn't be able to do if he was still with Aria.
Hanna's fun as usual and she shined nicely with Caleb off somewhere else. This organization that is willing to kill and has on multiple occasions and we don't even know why that is remember when the show was seemingly going somewhere when they were finding out why Allison was killed? Did anyone notice the computer wiz hoodie? Playing tricks on somebody is one thing but that's more than a game she's playing there. A was much more macabre, the threats were more intense, and Mona being introduced as, ostensibly, a red herring to the mastermind of the A cabal, changed the game. The writers made this big stink after his reveal that yes he's evil and yes he wanted to hurt the girls, but now he's suddenly just another double agent? Pretty Little Liars is a teen soap opera featuring beautiful girls who wear ridiculous clothes and say bitchy one-liners. So they put their phones away and Emily keeps drinking.